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  1. Church of England evangelisation drive
  2. Never off the front line
  3. Hopes for a non-Islamist constitution
  4. Do good, not just business
  5. New resident takes Lambeth Palace to pre- Reformation days
  6. Just like wine and cricket
  7. Prince’s fears for Christians in Middle East
  8. ‘Thousands’ more troops needed to restore order
  9. Nuns accused of stalling in response to abuse claims
  10. Turkson renews call for overhaul of finance systems
  11. Francis ‘more effective’ than Benedict, poll finds
  12. Turkson says no to life in jail for gays
  13. ‘Trade not aid’ hits small businesses
  14. Action urged on abuse, reform and role of women
  15. Integrate but keep identity, ordinariates urged
  16. Ordinariate priest in civil partnership suspended
  17. Church will not report abuse offenders to police
  18. Francis to wash feet of disabled and elderly
  19. On Palm Sunday, faithful invited on a Holy Week journey
  20. Prayers for victims of ferry disaster
  21. Clegg reveals his openness to faith
  22. CDF tightens curbs on US nuns
  23. Boko Haram Islamists slaughter 135 in two days
  24. Finance chief quotes Pope in speech addressing inequality
  25. ‘The rebels want my head’
  26. Christians flee violence in Mosul
  27. Pope and Carney call for a more human economic system
  28. Report charts religious persecution
  29. Pastoral plea for forgiveness on groundbreaking Pentecostals visit
  30. Warsi urges PM to 'seriously consider' military action to save Iraq’s minorities
  31. Greatest humanitarian crisis in 70 years: Rodríguez
  32. Communion ban routinely ignored, Tablet survey finds
  33. Push to educate voters to ensure credible election
  34. Amazing grace
  35. Prince warns of loss of religious freedom
  36. Francis urges ‘haggard’ Europe to be revitalised by its roots
  37. New congregations planned as doors open to laity
  38. West ‘must share blame for IS’
  39. Prince says killing for faith is blasphemy
  40. Prelate speaks of Sunni ‘abuse’
  41. Top publisher omits Israel from atlas
  42. Heritage wiped from the map
  43. Vatican condemns slaughter at Paris satirical magazine
  44. MP calls for better religious literacy in public life
  45. Welby speaks up for those persecuted for their beliefs
  46. Islamic State abducts 200
  47. Beheaded men made martyrs of Coptic Church
  48. Islamic State releases families but kidnaps more Christians
  49. The Pope’s manifesto – what’s in it and what’s not
  50. What difference will the Vatican's grilling at the UN make?
  51. Charismatics’ neglect of the psalms indicative of deeper malaise
  52. So what will Francis do to boost the role of women in the Church?
  53. After a honeymoon first year, what do Catholics want from Pope Francis?
  54. By banning religious art on the Underground, TfL misunderstands what causes offence
  55. Kieran Conry fell from grace, tripped up by tradition
  56. Once we crusaded against Nestlé, now why not Amazon?
  57. Egyptian bishop voices hopes for new constitution
  58. Welby: unity worth any sacrifice
  59. Iranian Christians given 80 lashes
  60. iPad test
  61. Catholic sister to move into Lambeth Palace
  62. Francis and Putin discuss Syria
  63. Pope Francis publishes radical vision for Church
  64. CAR Archbishop pleads for UN intervention
  65. Croatia votes no to gay marriage
  66. Pope's ‘closeness’ to Glaswegians after helicopter tragedy
  67. Nichols condemns crackdown on low-earning immigrants
  68. Pope Francis: ‘I’m no Marxist – but many Marxists are good people'
  69. Prince Charles voices concern at 'deliberate targeting' of Middle Eastern Christians
  70. High Court judge rebuked for support of marriage
  71. First ordinariate monastery for 10 ex-Anglican sisters
  72. British MPs 'forsaking' cause of Middle Eastern Christians
  73. Francis ‘shocked’ by gay adoption bill proposed for Malta
  74. Tony Blair to address Vatican summit pushing for Syria ceasefire
  75. Archbishop of Canterbury says Pope is his Person of the Year
  76. Protect Christians’ rights, says outgoing Muslim envoy
  77. CofE considers dropping language of sin and the devil from baptism service
  78. Murphy-O’Connor appointed Newman chancellor
  79. Egyptian president visits Coptic Pope as Churches urge laity to vote
  80. Lord Williams foresees dearth of UK theologians
  81. Obama to meet Francis in Vatican in March, global issues to the fore
  82. Embattled Hollande asks Pope to boost Syria peace talks
  83. Theft of John Paul II’s blood ‘could have been work of Satanists’
  84. Dutch cardinal clarifies comments on Trent after Protestant upset
  85. Pope Francis graces cover of Rolling Stone magazine
  86. ‘Thousands’ more troops needed in CAR, warn archbishop and imam
  87. Three arrested after Italian police find John Paul II relic
  88. Pope ‘will steer clear of Philomena and film's marketing strategy’
  89. Israeli court orders state to justify wall on Palestinian Christians' land
  90. UN condemns Holy See's record on abuse by priests
  91. Pope’s Harley-Davidson gifts raise £250,000 for homeless
  92. Child urges Belgian king not to sign euthanasia for children into law
  93. Turkson renews call for overhaul of global economic system
  94. Talks to secure release of abducted nuns ‘have stumbled again’
  95. Prime Minister defends 'moral' welfare reforms in face of Cardinal-designate Nichols' criticism
  96. Jihadists claim responsibility for attack on Sinai pilgrims
  97. Prince Charles in Qatar discussion on Christian-Muslim relations
  98. Egypt’s Coptic Church denies it may build church in Saudi
  99. Churches and tourist restaurant bombed in Zanzibar
  100. English Catholics hit the right note in Rome
  101. Vatican's new finance ministry to use 'the language of the enemy'
  102. Cardinal calls for rethink of approach to divorcees who remarry
  103. Pope sees scope for pastoral response to contraception ban
  104. Vatican's Turkson weighs in on Ugandan anti-gay law
  105. DfID's ‘trade not aid’ strategy failing to help poorest – Cafod
  106. Francis ‘a more effective Pope’ than Benedict XVI, poll finds
  107. Pope Francis to beatify 124 Korean martyrs in August trip to S Korea
  108. Integrate but remain distinctive, CDF head tells ordinariates
  109. Pope urged to act on abuse record, curial reform and role of women
  110. Czech ‘underground’ priest wins Templeton prize
  111. Abducted Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest in Crimea released
  112. Pope Francis invited to address US Congress
  113. Ordinariate priest suspended after revelations of civil partnership
  114. Italian bishops exempt clergy from reporting abuse allegations
  115. Two arrested ‘trying to bring £2.5tn in fake bonds to Vatican bank’
  116. Dutch Jesuit shot dead in Homs was 'ray of joy and hope'
  117. Pope Francis to keep Vatican bank open
  118. Pope to wash feet of disabled and elderly at Maundy Thursday Mass
  119. Chinese Christians form human shield to save 4,000-seater church
  120. Philippines court approves ‘watered down’ Reproductive Health law
  121. Cardinal Nichols and May open global anti-trafficking conference
  122. Archbishop: why I allowed baptism of lesbian couple’s child
  123. Cancer fight forces Cardinal George to cancel travel to canonisations
  124. PM: Christians 'most persecuted religious group in the world'
  125. Where are you in Passion narrative, asks Francis on Palm Sunday
  126. Papal meditations remember abused women and children
  127. Westminster priests urged to forget one-upmanship and individualism
  128. PM praises Christians’ good works – but doesn't mention food banks
  129. Pope Francis washes feet of women and non-Catholics
  130. Pope prays for Syria, Nigeria and Ukraine in Easter message
  131. Nichols warns against ‘alarmist’ tone in immigration debate
  132. Nick Clegg says he is agnostic 'at the moment'
  133. Algeria urged to recognise St Augustine
  134. Mistrust has replaced communication, say censured nuns
  135. Sudanese court sentences Christian mother to death for apostasy
  136. Rome and Chinese Government bless opening of monastery
  137. Pope prays for Turkish miners, and migrants lost at sea
  138. Pope setting up panel to hear accused priests' appeals
  139. Redemptorist Bishop of Gibraltar to succeed Rawsthorne in Hallam
  140. 135 slaughtered and Christian village torched in northern Nigeria
  141. Head of We Are Church in Austria excommunicated by Vatican
  142. Syrian church figures condemn foreign intervention
  143. Sexual abuse evil as Black Mass, says Francis
  144. ‘Arson attack’ at Jerusalem abbey minutes after papal Mass
  145. Churches condemn death sentence for Christian mother
  146. Welby to challenge blasphemy law on pastoral visit to Pakistan
  147. Financial chief quotes Francis' warning on economic inequality
  148. Martin calls for investigation into mother and baby homes
  149. Mosul's ancient Christian population 'may never return'
  150. International community 'should not intervene in Iraq'
  151. Woman and Judaism expert win Ratzinger Prize for theology
  152. Cardinal Nichols appointed first chancellor of St Mary’s University
  153. Church should show 'preferential option' for abuse victims – Martin
  154. Attack on civilians sheltering in CAR cathedral leaves 24 dead
  155. Pope and Mark Carney call for a more human economic system
  156. Pope: ‘No more loss of innocent lives’ as nun is mourned among MH17 dead
  157. Christians forced to flee Mosul on foot after death threat ultimatum from Islamists
  158. Pope Francis and WEA exchange apologies for Churches' past sins
  159. German bishops: Churches shared blame for Europe’s slide into war
  160. Nichols and Welby plead for end to 'self-defeating' Gaza 'carnage'
  161. Baroness Warsi: PM should consider Iraq intervention
  162. World 'faces greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II'
  163. Pell adds voice to chorus opposing Kasper’s reform efforts
  164. 'Obedient' Joe Biden salutes chastened nuns
  165. Pell’s successor vows to improve Church’s record on abuse
  166. Scotland's Catholic bishops salute ‘outstanding’ Alex Salmond
  167. Cardinal Müller vows to persevere with SSPX reconciliation
  168. Bishop Michael Scott-Joynt dies aged 71
  169. Cardinal Erdo suggests simplifying annulment process
  170. Iraqi archbishop calls for intensified military intervention
  171. Welby to share stage with global finance chiefs at IMF
  172. Vicar of Baghdad leaves Iraq on advice of Welby
  173. Vatican lawyer outlines possible reforms of annulment process
  174. Cafod launches appeal for Ebola prevention efforts
  175. Catholic and Anglican bishops urge recognition of independent Palestine
  176. Cardinal treats Breakfast Show to impromptu performance
  177. Bishop of Gloucester to face no police action over assault claims
  178. Vatican praises Brentwood lay group’s marriage support materials
  179. Appeal rejected of mother on death row accused of blasphemy
  180. Communion ban routinely ignored, Tablet survey finds
  181. Francis picks Brentwood priest for biblical commission
  182. Burke confirms he is to leave Vatican's top court
  183. Myanmar Church educates voters to ensure credible election
  184. Prince Charles warns of loss of religious freedom in West
  185. Francis attacks vanity of ‘peacock-like’ bishops
  186. Cafod to slash 50 jobs and look to volunteers after drop in income
  187. Pope creates body to get through 'backlog' of abuse cases
  188. WW1 soldiers honoured at Roehampton memorial
  189. Nichols and Anglican bishop pray for slain Pakistani couple
  190. Thank God for the EU, say bishops at Verdun
  191. Sydney’s new archbishop vows to clean up Church’s record on abuse
  192. CofE's General Synod rubberstamp women bishops legislation
  193. Body of priest found as police search for 43 Mexican students
  194. Pope: children have a right to a good mother and father
  195. Granada archbishop suspends 10 priests after Francis steps in
  196. Robert Sarah to lead Congregation for Worship
  197. Pope urges 'haggard' Europe to rediscover Christian roots
  198. Pope raises human rights concerns with Egyptian President
  199. Economist questions Francis’ ideas on helping the poor
  200. Prince Charles to visit Iraqi Catholics in London
  201. Two new congregations planned in Vatican
  202. Freedom of religion 'priority' for UK Government
  203. Syrian bishop sees deliberate efforts to empty region of Christians
  204. Nato members 'must share blame for IS atrocities'
  205. Cardinal Zen hands himself in to police to hasten end of protests
  206. Prince of Wales deplores jihadist beheading footage
  207. US nuns resisted Vatican investigation, admits inquiry head
  208. John Armitage named new rector of Walsingham shrine
  209. Church of England names its first woman bishop
  210. Prince of Wales: Muslims victims of fanatics’ ‘sacrilegious’ acts
  211. Prelate says church is treated with 'profound disrespect'
  212. Shrewsbury bishop underlines chastity
  213. Archbishop Longley points to ideal of two-parent upbringing while praising single parents and grandparents
  214. HarperCollins pulps school atlas that omits Israel
  215. Egypt’s President: Christians and Muslims are equal citizens
  216. Charlie Hebdo attack ‘sowed death’, says Pope
  217. Conservative MP calls for better religious literacy in public life
  218. Tributes for Roehampton chaplain Robert Kaggwa
  219. Francis urges Sri Lanka to investigate civil war atrocities
  220. Street children detained ahead of Philippines papal visit
  221. Pope says Paul VI was right to reassert contraception ban
  222. Francis' visit to Haiyan survivors in Tacloban cut short by storm
  223. Francis leaves Philippines after six million attend papal Mass
  224. Newspaper banned from using word 'Allah' for God
  225. Ukrainian church leader offers Just War defence of escalating violence
  226. Masses cancelled in Niger as protestors torch churches
  227. Abbey explains why flag is at half-mast to honour Saudi king
  228. First woman bishop ordained in Church of England
  229. Religious freedom violations still rising in Cuba
  230. Bishops take issue with 'anti-Catholic' Wolf Hall
  231. Pope Francis declares Oscar Romero a martyr
  232. Stephen Fry has the right to say God is evil – Welby
  233. Welby tells business tax avoidance is a sin
  234. Romero ‘was targeted because he embodied Vatican II Church’
  235. Pope pays surprise visit to homeless immigrants
  236. Pope says choosing not to have children is selfish
  237. Francis calls for Mediterranean aid efforts to be stepped up
  238. Parolin expects UN to consider military action in Libya
  239. Beheaded Egyptians to be included in Coptic calendar of saints
  240. Bishops' conference defends Catholic education in election guidance
  241. IS abducts 'as many as 200' Christians from north-east Syria
  242. Cardinal Sarah denounces Western aid model
  243. Top university could remove tribute to Lord Carey after gay protest
  244. IS ‘begins to kill’ Christians abducted from north-east Syria
  245. Homeless man who attended Mass daily buried in Vatican cemetery
  246. Lord Williams: voting goes beyond defence of ‘Christian values’
  247. Lay group push to garner views on teaching on the family
  248. Islamic State kidnap more Christian families
  249. Bishops highlight Pakistan's duty to protect its citizens
  250. Solidarity and prayers for gang-raped Indian nun, 71
  251. Senior Australian cleric charged with cover-up of abuse in 1970s
  252. Paris mayor awards honorary citizenship Asia Bibi
  253. French MPs vote for ‘deep sleep’ law for terminally ill
  254. Cardinal calls for swift action against nun's attackers
  255. Cardinal says bishops unfit to lead German Church against secularism
  256. Gunmen open fire on Pakistani church after Taleban attacks
  257. Abuse experts voice concerns over appointment of Chilean bishop
  258. Slavery Law 'leaves foreign domestic workers open to abuse'
  259. Women bishops to be fast-tracked into Lords
  260. Vatican stands by Chilean bishop accused of covering up abuse